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December 04, 2017
Experts on the travel ban, the government shutdown, Russia, Jerusalem, Billy Bush, Roy Moore, the Bear Ears National Monument, SCOTUS wedding cake case, and CVS buying Aetna. This week WMC SheSource features experts on • the Supreme Court voting to allow the travel ban to be fully enforced • the possible government shutdown as Congress negotiates spending • what's next in the Russia investigation following Michael Flynn's revelation that he lied to the FBI • expectation that President Trump will announce U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital • Billy Bush asserting that President Trump's "Access Hollywood" comments were real • President Trump endorsing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore despite inappropriate sexual behavior allegations • news that President Trump plans to significantly shrink the Bear Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments in Utah • the Supreme Court hearing the case involving a Colorado baker that refused service for a same-sex wedding • CVS agreeing to buy health insurer Aetna
Recently Added Experts
Dr. Nora J. Kenworthy, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Washington Bothell
Areas of Expertise: Health, HIV/AIDS, Public health

Constance (Connie) Hubbell
The Hubbell Group, Inc.
Areas of Expertise: Entrepreneurship, Gender-based violence, Internet, Marketing, Media and Entertainment, Online harassment and Free speech, Relationships, Sexual harassment, Social media, Women in business, Women's empowerment, Women's issues, Women's leadership

Dr. Jyoti Mishra, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of California San Diego
Areas of Expertise: Women in STEM

Prof. Laura P. Schaposnik, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Illinois at Chicago
Areas of Expertise: Education, Higher education, Science and Technology, Women in STEM

Navbahor Imamova
Multimedia Journalist
Voice of America
Areas of Expertise: Diplomacy, Europe and Central Asia, Human rights, International development, Journalism, National security, Security and Military, Television, Terrorism, Women and Politics

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